Business/Self-Help

It Takes More Than Concrete

As you follow along with the journey of Bob Bowen throughout this book, you get a sense of what made the man and what made the business. It’s a journey we celebrate everyday, and especially today, as we enter our fiftieth year of business at Bowen Engineering Corporation. But the personal stories and the shared lessons learned are timeless and invaluable, to budding engineers and students of business, as well as the most seasoned entrepreneur. Personally, I never tire of the stories from his fifty-five-year career, because these are stories told by my father. It makes me so proud to...

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Underdog to Top Dog

Underdog to Top Dog is a candid, inspiring story offering a wellspring of inspiration to anyone struggling to answer the question, Can I Do It? Shelvy Haywood Keglar, raised by a single mother, living in poverty, never knowing his father, and experiencing racism firsthand, overcame his challenging reality to become the successful clinical psychologist and businessman he is today. The book transcends one man’s pragmatic and spiritual journey to offer a universal message of hope. Dr. Keglar sheds light on how you can live a more meaningful, productive, and satisfying life. He shares five essential anchors that can help along...

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Coaching is Teaching at its Best!

Coaching is Teaching at its Best! is a quick, easy-to-read guide that can help any youth sports coach be a better teaching coach. It is important that a coach teaches young athletes the key fundamentals of whatever sport they are playing, but it is even more important that their athletes learn the many valuable life lessons through participation in competitive athletics. This is not a book about winning as much as about giving youth the best sports experience. This guide is a pivotal step to making youth sports in America even better.

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Hope for the Heart: Being an Overcomer

Trusting and waiting on an answer from the Lord is hard to do sometimes. But in this life we encounter many trials and tribulations. James 1:2; My brethren count it all joy when you fall into various trials. Just learn to wait on the Lord as He fights your battles. Stand still and see the salvation of the Lord. I know the pain is so great it pierces you from the inside out. Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not to your understanding (Proverbs 3:5). Be steadfast and unmovable for in Him there is Hope for the Heart.

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Those Who Can, TEACH: A Book for New Teachers and Experienced Teachers

This book was written for all of the promising new teachers entering the teaching profession and for all educators everywhere. The book will not only help you as you progress in the field year after year, it will also help those teachers who have been in the field and feel they have reached the end of their rope. Sit back, relax and enjoy and apply tools you gain from Those Who Can, TEACH.

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Equiyo: The Wisdom of the Horse/Human Connection Through Yoga

“Equiyo” is a method. It combines the practice of Yoga with the discipline of riding. It’s a method of creating a better relationship with your body, a deeper connection with your horse and real inner growth. In riding we talk about a discipline (such as Dressage), to describe a methodology of riding. However, a discipline also insinuates a path that takes dedication and commitment to master. Yoga is no different. Yoga comes from a Sanskrit word meaning “Union.” The practice Equiyo is an expression of the union between horse and rider - not strictly by the technique and improved performance of our riding but also in the relationship we have with our...

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The People Reader

If it is a scientific fact that humans use 7% to 10% of their brains, then how can we make 100% factual observations about anything? The other 90% to 93% of our dormant consciousness is our spiritual selves. The People Reader is a self-help guide towards connecting the duality of the physical world to the spiritual world and through this connection it will enhance your natural ability to discern the spiritual energies of any human that you come in contact with. Did you know that every human being that you meet has a specific agenda for you? Deep inside of...

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10 Essential Principles of Entrepreneurship You Never Learned in School

For more than 40 years I have been immersed in high-profile businesses in disparate industries including broadcasting, publishing, motion picture production, cable television, real estate and banking. My business life is characterized by start-ups and turn-arounds, endeavors for which I, along with many others of my era, was ill-prepared. Mistakes were made - lessons learned - lessons I never learned in school. Blunders should be expected and then milked for all the lessons they can provide. The best entrepreneurs see dumb moments as inevitable and as an exciting aspect of the wonderful game we play called business. From my mistakes, I developed principles that when...

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Women Like Us

Part personal stories, part attitude and part strategy, Women Like Ustakes you on a journey of connectedness. In this book, you’ll find women speaking directly to you on issues of health, finance, relationships and perseverance. Women like Indiana Lieutenant Governor Becky Skillman, Indiana State Representative Carolene Mays, and the octogenarian Lorene Burkhart who encourages us to “give yourself permission to heal.” In addition, you’ll hear pieces of Linda Rendelman’s inspiring story as a cancer survivor, single mom and champion of women. We hope you’ll find our stories inspirational and our strategies helpful for nurturing and creating the quality of life...

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